Supportive Services is a program that offer various direct or coordinated supports to aid individuals or families in meeting their overall social well-being with financial or supportive resources, including referrals. It may include emergency financial support such as local bus ticket, rental and utility assistance, food, and clothing assistance. It may also include financial aid with educational enhancement for k-12 grade educational activities such as sports camp, conferences, school bs, special workshops and other education activities.
Supportive Services also offer a free sack lunch on a first come first service basis, these are provided by the Flagstaff Family food center daily. Supportive Services also offer financial support for ceremonial services. Coordinated service with Navajo United Way include emergency assistance, such as lodging at Taylor House (for patients of Flagstaff Medical Center) or gift certificates for food and gas on an as need basis to Navajo Nation residents.